This place is simply amazing. I would have stayed here for my entire week in Puerto Rico if I had known. If you love nature, beauty, the rain forest, excellent food, and amazing rustic accommodations, then this place for you. Super happy and can’t wait to come back!
Yuquiyu and Puerto Rico both exceeded our expectations. (Although, given the generally rave reviews, I did have high expectations of Yuquiyu), Our "treehouse" was as beautifully appointed as a fancy hotel: cherry cabinets, granite countertops. Manny and Faya put their hearts and souls into caring for this place, and it shows. We felt very warmly welcomed, and will definitely return.
When staying here we immediately realized it’s not a hotel but a blissful life changing experience. We soaked up every bit of its wonders. I hope I take some of its beauty and peace with me wherever I go. Food was fulfilling and healthy, adding to the experience. I recommend eating on here so you can walk back to your treehouse along the softly lit gardens under the night sky. We will be back.
Just came back from staying in the cabin, my partner and I travel a lot for work and we both agreed almost immediately that this had to be the best place we have ever stayed in our lives. The view from the balcony is breathtaking and being surrounded by all the beauties of nature, sound, smell and noises. Earnest the owner was very helpful ahead of our trip and very kind and was treated by Manny who welcomed us was very kind. Watching the sunrise with all the breakfast provisions before our morning swim in the river was another highlight. Look forward to getting back here ASAP!!
Traveling to Puerto Rico with the recent earthquakes and power outages we weren’t sure what to expect. With or without power, this place is simply amazing! Great staff, fresh fruit, beautiful views and coqui frogs singing you to sleep every night. They even cooked us dinner on the fire and we ate by candlelight on the restaurant deck during the power outage. The fresh brewed kombucha was also a nice touch. Bring some sturdy hiking shoes and a backpack, so that you can enjoy their trail down to the river for some meditation on the yoga deck. Yuquiyu is also a great base camp for some day trips up into the El Yunque rainforest or to find some of the hidden Taino petroglyphs. We had great conversations with Manny and the team about the future of the Rainforest Farm. We look…